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argued for granting russia pntr, which has until now been prevented by what is known as the jackson-vanik amendment, focus on the supposedly bilateral trade benefits. the issue that concerns me and many members is not trade but human rights. advocates of repeal say that the jackson-vanik amendment is outdated and is purely symbolic and therefore should be disregarded. but in the ira of human rights, madam speaker, symbols can have a very great importance. over the years jackson-vanik has become a sign of the continuing u.s. commitment to human rights in russia and elsewhere. repealing the amendment could very well be interpreted as an indication that our commitment is now weakening. this would be a terrible signal to send at a time when putin is in the process of imposing ever tighter restrictions on all opposition to his regime, especially democratic activists and any others who dare to defy the authorities. i also oppose granting russia aren't -- pntr at this time because it is but one more concession by the united states in pursuit of the president's failed reset of relations wit
chairman and ceo mike jackson is joining us to talk about how much the auto industry impacted last night's election. we have traders at the new york stock exchange cme and nymex. what is this? what are the traders really pointing the finger toward on the reason for this? >> well, it is kind of tough. everybody wants to say it is because of the election. romney would be so much better. but secretly, probably a lot of people were hoping for romney. but a lot of people thought that obama was not going to lose this election. so i mean as investors you sort of have to build that into your calculations. when you're looking at things. but now we're going have to get back to business. there's dodd frank. there's the fiscal cliff. all that trouble in europe, starting to throw fire bombs. it is serious business. now we have to think about it. we have to go back to work. what happened happened with the election, let's now go. liz: exactly, what happened happened let's now go. crude oil now falling 4 1/2%, more than $4 at this point. natural gas down, rbob gasoline losing 10 cents. good for the cons
times, your hometown paper. jesse jackson jr. is holding talks. folks hinted over this. this is over his alleged misuse of campaign funds. he easily won re-election on tuesday night with 64% of the vote even though he's undergoing treatment. >> front page news. >> it's a big deal. he is undergoing treatment at mayo clinic for bipolar disorder. >> and there is a whole deal with blagojevich and that scandal. >>> "the new york daily news" has a forry about an effort to make puerto rico the 51st state. puerto rican voters approved a nonbinding referendum to change the island status from u.s. territory to a state. in one ballot question, 61% said they wanted to achieve statehood. then another question, 46% said they prefer to remain a commonwealth. so since it's a majority there, congress actually gets to decide what happens next here. but it's interesting that the people, the younger people are speaking up for statehood now. >> it is the younger people? >> a huge, huge number of young people would like to see it become a state. >> all right. you want to find out more about this, an expanded
hollywood hunk to talk to, "twilight" star kellen lutz is here, and also ahead some of michael jackson's most prized possessions are going to be -- going up on the auction block, from the crystal-encrusted gloves. willie really has his eye on those, to the jackets from the bad tour. >> a little outside of my price range. >> are they pretty left? >> yeah. >> i would imagine. >> natalie is standing by at the news desk. she has a check of the headlines. natalie. >> good morning to you guys, once again. good morning, everyone. federal investigators are on the scene of a deadly collision in midland, texas. on thursday four people were killed when a freight train slammed into their parade float carrying wounded war veterans to a banquet of honor. among the victims was a two-time purple heart recipient. 17 others were injured. early indications show that the train may have not seen the decorated flatbed approaching, even though the crossing gate and lights appeared to be working at the time. intensifying rocket barrages overnight between israel and gaza have the region teetering on the brink
moment tarle but we wanted to follow up about jesse jackson jr. retiring from congress. he has smit his letter of resignation to speaker john boehner. they confirmed that today and he write it is move will set off a scrammle to fill the seat in the chicago area. pat quinn will have five days from the effective date of the resignation to announce the time of the special election. jesse jackson jr. resigning his seat in congress. we'll keep you posted on that. and we said we would take you live to the united nations at 3:00 this afternoon. that has been pushed back likely in response to the news of the ceasefire in israel today. that has been pushed to 3:30 eastern. we will take you there once it gets under way. >> james on our 65 and over line. good afternoon, sir. caller: i'm 85-year-old and i was living good up until the last four years off of my retirement. but in the last four years the cost of living has gone up so much that i can't make it. i have to get out and get odd jobs to buy groceries. and this -- the first of this year i got a 1.7 increase in social security and cost of liv
. earlier in the same auction, a work by american artist jackson pollack sold above estimates. we want to know, is art a good place to put your money right now or are investors just looking for safe havens? you can tweet us. that one would look pretty good in your house, wouldn't it? >> yeah. i have to find the right wall. clear a space out. we'll see how we go. >>> could it get worse before it gets better? that's the message from cisco's tech executive. earnings did come in better than expected. we'll talk about it when we come back. i always wait until the last minute. can i still ship a gift in time for christmas? yeah, sure you can. great. where's your gift? uh... whew. [ male announcer ] break from the holiday stress. ship fedex express by december 22nd for christmas delivery. with features like scanning a barcode to get detailed stock quotes to voice recognition. e-trade leads the way in wherever, whenever investing. download the ultimate in mobile investing apps, free, at e-trade. . >>> focus on tech stocks. cisco posted better than expected first quarter results. john ford brea
from hawkins field air report in jackson, mississippi, the single engine plane started spitting and sputtering almost out of gas before it went down in a blast of fire and smoke. it crashed into the home of loretta jamison who escaped by jumping out of a window. she was taken to the hospital and is expected to survive. she is being treated at a local burn center. we did hear from a relative shortly after the accident. take a listen. >> by that time i hung up the phone and i was here within two minutes. when i got here. they wouldn't let me through but i was screaming my fiance name because i was distraught. >> reporter: the owner of the plane roger latham was supposed to be on board but changed plans at the last minute to go hunting with his family. jenna: looked like the plane was out of gas in the air and sputtering sort of twisting around. what is the latest on the investigation? >> reporter: investigators are headed to jackson now. we know that they're interviewing local police and firefighters. it will be some time before we get answers because obviously it is under investi
in the last year than i have lisa jackson the head of they yay who is a fantastic administrator. >> rose: david brooks, let me go back to the debt problem of which you have said the national debt problem is a medicare problem. what should we do now about health care? >> well, i have my own preferred approach which i have no confidence in which is the premium support approach which is basically what mitt romney -- but say romney loses, there's still another approach proposed by people which basically depends on getting rid of the fee for service system. as long as we're paying for quantity, not quality, we're going to have a problem. and as long as people are unwilling to face end-of-life issues we're going to have a problem andthat's a moral national conversation and by the way it's not the people who are dieing who want to spend every last dollar on getting hip replacement when you're 98, it's the families of the people who are dying who don't want to have that unpleasant feeling of guilt that they didn't do everything they could. so those two issues, those are the two core issues to ke
'll continue our call to rise bol politics and make a deal. oufr guests this morning include mike jackson and also david zaslav. and the head of maris group. and douglas holtz-eakin. >> let's talk about eurozone finance ministers meeting to discuss whether to release a new tranche of fund to go greece. the leaders are not expected it to okay the funding despite greece approving a tough 2013 budget. we'll have more from ross westgate in london on all of that. japan's economy shrank, first contraction since last year. the data adding to signs of slowing global growth and tensions with china nudging the which i into recession. and yen minute's main oil export pipeline shut after it was blown up in two pieces. local news organizations didn't identify the attackers, but they've been repeatedly sabotaged. finally, iran launched a military drill across half of the country today. government warning it would act again against aggressors. >> where is your jacket? >> i decided in high spirit of rising above to take it off today. but i can't find my pin. >> i'm putting mine on right now. >> it's you
the desk", if only abc were really as easy as one two three. king of pop's older brother, jermaine jackson filed a petition to change his name to jermaine jacssun. liz: why? david: he said artistic reasons motivating for the change. the hearing is february 22nd before he makes anything official. seems like a big effort. prince was a much bigger one, remember that? liz: the symbol. next is money with melissa francis
jackson. have the use of their currency with a board of the ring? that happen to me academy voting? the life of high as the favorite. a real legitimate film maker. that will get a lot of malaise. lincoln will get some noise with daniel day-lewis and steven spielberg. about films and some other films like the director, all kinds of films that get nominations and awards but the big blockbusters, the big blockbusters may be the one that dominate the global scene for the next number of years because of the way the marketplace is developing. dave: russell crowe in lez miserables. >> those don't move the box office, just the awards. tracy: that is why we have you on. chairman and ceo, thank you. [talking over each other] dave: those big tax hikes ready to kick in at the end of the year have some big corporations worried. those corporations speaking up. find out what they're telling our elected officials coming next. tracy: why wait till you get the las vegas to party? we could have fun on the way to since city. we will tell you about a nightclub on wheels that could be in the tracks next
, we have to have a moonshot type thing to get energy out of the ground and we can't have lisa jackson deciding what our energy policy's going to be. we just can't do it. you can't -- you've got to put somebody in charge of this that understands we need regulation, we need smart regulation, but names like hilda solis, lisa jackson, these are the people that are going to determine the job creation in this country under this president. i think under another president, president romney, we will get a more positive job creation. if i were working in a factory, even in a union factory, i would want to have somebody who is going to break through this regulatory wall and attack this fiscal cliff because my future and my kids' future are better off from the factory floor to the executive office. those two issues can be best handled by a conciliatory, a uniter, not a divider, in the first one, and a complete understanding of business and regulation, proper regulation to get us energy, an energy-rich america. you can't believe, it will be bigger than the internet was, and we're only in the first
market territory as of yesterday off 20% from the all-time high of 705.07 of september 21st. eric jackson is a long-time apple holder and a "forbes" columnist. thank you for being here. >> nice to be with you. >> you're an apple bull but you have to be worried a little bit. a bear case is made on the technical side and the technical side you know down 21%. it's breaking through supports that it should have held such as the support made in july the next stop in terms of support is the may low of 528 and approaching that right now and on the fundamental side, we have had an earnings miss on this. no clarity in terms of new product categories in a couple of months. >> yeah. i respect the market technicians and how they look at it. i mean, what i pay more attention to and i think what is bullish right now is just the chatter, the sentiment you hear in the stock. i mean, it's really amazing since the 705 level you talked about in september when you didn't hear anything negative about the stock. how much we have shifted to the other side of the boat and now really very hard to find anyone comin
independent, which of course tends to favor governor romney. reverend jesse jackson has been here in the state since this weekend and will be here through today. he has been looking at what he says are potential irregularities, but he says the heavy turnout favors the president. >> it seems that the attempts to suppress the vote here has turned into stimulation. people are determined against all odds to vote. >> reporter: a federal judge blocked an attempt today for a temporary restraining order against the use of some of the software they'll use to help tally the results or submit the results. the state claimed the software was opened to hacking. another case is still pending. it involves the provisional ballots. some 200,000 provisional ballots cast in ohio last time around. could be at least that much this time. some experts are saying if this election is close, and we're talking within 50,000 votes or so, they could be the hanging chads of 2012. guys. >> all right, scott. thanks very much. aside from ohio, there are four additional states that our own larry kudlow says are critical to the
see more in the last year than leads jackson head of the epa who is a fantastic administrator. >> rose: you said the national debt problem is a medicare problem. what should we do now about healthcare? >> well, i have my own preferred approach which i have no confidence in. which is the premium support approach that basically is mitt romney. but say if romney loses there's still another approach proposed by people like emanuel and others like getting rid of the two four sursist system. as long as we're paying for quantity and not quality and as long as people are fang end of lynchers that's a moral conversation. it's not the people dying who wants to spend all their dollars on hip replacement in their 90's it's the other people who don't want to have that unpleasant feeling of guilt. for those two issues, those are the two core issues to keep the country solvent, whether you believe in a big government or small government if you can't keep it solvent it doesn't farther. >> the other big piece of that is you've got to get the consumer involved. i have a trick i do, how many of yohow mu
, and he was marked by it. >> host: who is jimmy -- who was jimmy lee jackson who figures in your book? >> guest: yes. jimmy lee jackson was 26 years old and an activist with the voter registration drive in my hometown of marion. and, um, he was shot by a state trooper on the night of february 18, 1965, and eight days later he died. and it was his death that spurred the march from selma to montgomery. so most people know about that march, but today don't know it was jimmy lee jackson's death that brought it about. >> host: i want to show our viewers what the inside of your book looks like here, and it's done in graphic novel form. why? >> guest: yes. yes, i'm the illustrator as well as the author. art is my first love, and so this was the way to tell my story visually not only because of my art background, but also it was a way to incorporate some of the images of photography. that motif runs throughout the book. that's why it's called "darkroom." >> host: what do you do today for a living? >> guest: well, i am -- after spending four years writing and illustrating this book, it has ove
. >> sorry about that, we seem to have lost a bit of sound. joining us is more is simon jackson. thanks for joining us -- >> one glance at the shelves and it seems workers -- >> we're back. there we go. having lost it, she comes back. biggest day of the year online. what particular problems does that provide? >> i think the main problem is where there is a big opportunity for retailers to christmas period. and also a great opportunity for cyber criminals. particularly in the lead up to christmas, what we're seeing is a lot of christmas specials we found just this morning that there are 88 suspect listings around the world. so of course from a consumer's per spec taf, they can get duped into buying not the real thing. >> you're going online for convenience and you're hoping to get it cheaper.thing. >> you're going online for convenience and you're hoping to get it cheaper.into buying not . >> you're going online for convenience and you're hoping to get it cheaper. here's a site, 20%, 30% cheaper. how do you know that you're buying from a reputable site and what you're getting is the real
jackson jr. submitting a letter of resignation today and we will bring you the latest on this as the story develops. it is 15 minutes after the hour. let's check on the markets now as we do every 15 minutes. nicole petallides on the floor of the stock exchange. you got some tech movers down there today. nicole: we have some names to watch on a day when the nasdaq composite is up over one third of 1% so let's take a look at a couple names. be on the top and bottom lines so we're watching sales force as a winner and maintain their outlook for the rest of the year so there is a look at sales force and we will talk about hewlett-packard. yesterday we saw the stock tanking down 11% throughout the day. it it ten year lows and they have a write-down of $8.8 billion after their acquisition of autonomy which the software company acquired last year that the financials were not what they seemed to be. you have a lot of analysts jumping on board as well but here it is. hewlett-packard jumping $0.30 and was uu 2.5%. that does not the race yesterday's losses, and analysts cut their target
in ray lewis is coming out you or if you're a cornerback and stephen jackson is heading towards you, what happens after you tackle one of those individuals in the sun accident? that is a necessary and foreseeable consequences of the recall playing football. the day that we actually turned the corner on making this game better for youth is the same day that we recognize that players, when they are engaged and get her to work, albert, not playing a game, i work, when we accept that responsibility can choose we're going to compensate them take care of medical injuries for those players who get her to her, that's the data will be much better for youth football because they will have moved beyond the gladiator phase i thought all, where we all used to say, think i got a broken leg itches happened and that was tough for him to which i should move on. >> let me finish a course that's why they call a workers compensation because it is work. my point is not necessarily workers compensation per se, but as a symbol for the cumulative impact of trauma from the youths. we talk about 180 million people
states. he is the first president since andrew jackson to be reelected to have a smaller share of the vote than when he won. at this point, he is tied with george w. bush for the narrowest margin of victory ever for is successfully reelected president. we are a very divided country. demography gives democrats an opportunity to build a majority coalition. they have won the popular vote five out of six presidential elections. it is a real challenge in executing the opportunity that the democratic -- demographic change provides. the campaign showed the weakness of both sides been the republicans are unable to win 20% of minorities. both parties are looking at structural challenges in who they speak to them back the chance that obama had to build a robust coalition was not realised, but demography still gives democrats an edge on the presidential level. >> i've focused very heavily on young voters. it has been my personal crusade to figure out how the right can win more young voters back onto our site. in 2008, it was an historic election. barack obama won young voters by 34 points
diverse nation. host: let's go to jackson, mississippi, on the democratic line. caller: good morning. i'm very glad i got through. i'm very interested in what you are talking about. i am just elated that this gentleman is on and speaking of the hispanic people. i think they are doing a great job. they come here to work. their values are no different than american values. they want family. they want to take care of their kids. they want their kids educated. they want their children to be able to work in this society just like everybody in america. everybody in america huckster remember there -- america house to remember their ancestors came here for the same reasons -- everybody in america has to remember that their ancestors came here for the same reasons. the gentleman that was on before that was talking about we need to learn our values -- we have not learned our own values yet. host: max sevilla? guest: i take great pride in the fact we are upright -- a nation of immigrants. we are a melting pot. through our diversity, we have a new and interesting for festive -- an interesting persp
above 63 in my house ever again. blanket. >> somebody already did that. >> michael jackson. >> it's a nice one. >> nice and warm and fuzzy. steve, thank you. rick, thank you. >> we used to have nicknames -- blanket is a weird name for a kid. >> i'm baffled by the 63-degree -- >> it's fine when you go to sleep. when you have to take a shower, that's no good. >> you weren't just holding this. you were using it to feel warm. >> the blanket in. >> you weren't just carrying it around. >> security thing. >>> coming up he founded the $21 billion -- farallon capital management. i think he's a big time philanthropist. he'll join us next in a cnbc exclusive plus it's been an unusual trading week leading up to the employment report tomorrow, we'll check in with the "squawk on the street" crew at the new york stock exchange next. >>> as you saw there, pretty traffic free times square because it is a snarl trying to get there. time for an update on trains and power outages because of sandy. jackie deangelis joins us with the latest numbers. >> president obama met with new jersey governor chris
thing to get energy out of the ground. we can't have lisa jackson deciding what the energy policy will be. >> we got a phone call from warren buffett who wants to speak with you. >> when those women came demand you were getting a nickel for black shoes and 25 cents for purple. >> i was able to have more drive and incentive. incentives drive behavior. >> if you at home want to be baffled and trade every minute, risk on, risk off. i can do it for you. i can trade it for you hourly if you want. i can bet an 18-1 shot, have it come in and take the over in the eagles game. it's not valuable. it does not help you. i'm saying if it's a swing state it goes to obama. >> others say independents skew to the challenger historically. >> i know. >> some of the polls may be skewed. >> so happy when we are no longer talking about this. i'm sorry. >> opening bell for monday, november 5. >> i have been a strong supporter of water infrastructure projects. we are playing catch-up in the gulf coast and we are going to help people of the east coast get caught up with investments that should have been m
is that it has come down since the fed made clear it would buy mortgages back at the fed's jackson hole suites. it's been relatively even because of twists and mortgages haven't come through and there's the 30-year fixed mortgage rate. i reversed that. sorry. it's come down a bit. you can expect it might come down a bit more. some guys said that maybe we could get a handle on mortgages. overall the federal reserve thinks its been supportive of the housing market and that the housing market is key to bringing back a lasting and sustainable recovery. one other message i'm sure the federal reserve chairman will provide is to urge lawmakers to solve the fiscal cliff problem and put the finances of the nation on a sustainable path and i believe he'll remind the lawmakers that the federal reserve no matter what it does with qe cannot undo the effects of the fiscal cliff. >> steve liesman thank you for that. >> got breaking news here from former autonomy ceo mike lynch. kayla tausche is back at headquarters. >> of course we know the news coming out of hp this morning. former ceo mike lynch who sold t
to talk more about this, morgan wright, a cybersecurity analyst and joey jackson, former prosecutor and criminal defense attorney. thanks for taking time out both of you from shopping online to join us today. >> we'll get back to that later. >> only take as quick few minutes. you can get right back to it, joey. if you wanted to search my private residence, in most cases you need a warrant too do that. to search my private happening on goings-on interwhat do you need as a lawyer today? >> fourth amendment is unreasonable searches and seizures. bedrock of the constitution and very important. the problem is, jenna, we have electronic communications privacy act but it is 1986. that is when it was ultimately passed and signed by president reagan. at that time of course you had mark zuckerberg, founder of facebook he was in diapers. you didn't have twitter, you didn't have facebook. you didn't have the worldwide web. there is a real need to update it. the issue under that law, if you had e-mails, if you have e-mails and they're over six months old they're considered abandoned. as a result
jackson jr. as seed. he resigned as many of you know. years the "new york times." and on the economy, cyber monday and black friday, to results are in it. usa today money section, business at top retailers up 26.6%. the economists are saying, and retail sales amount of last year to a little over $60 billion. this year their projected to be about $79 billion. also, this side story on the economy and a shopping. this from the usa today. for the second consecutive year, prospective gun buyers joined black friday shoppers and record numbers. speaking of the money and costs, the new york post front page, the governor there in their york gov. cuomo says the price tag should be about 42 billion in economic damage. possibly worse than hurricane katrina. go ahead.n, we lost her. chris, on our line for what do you think? caller: there has been a lot of greed here in america. there has been away too much to double spending, preparing for obamacare to be pushed. also, i think there is too much spending is going in to government aid. it is too much. i cannot see why people would rather quit their
child actor. >> was. >> past tense. >> joey jackson, appreciate it. thank you for watching our program. it's good to have you with us. "newsroom international" starts now. 5 >>> around the world in 60 minutes. the fallout over the deadly attack on the u.s. mission in benghazi, libya. taking another turn. the woman at center of the firestorm facing more questions. today u.n. ambassador to the u.s. susan rice met with republican senators who harshly criticized her initial ex-plan nation about the attack that killed four americans including ambassador chris stevens. what senator lindsey graham said after the meeting. >> bottom line, i'm more disturbed now than i was before, that the 16th september explanation about how four americans died in benghazi, libya, by ambassador rice, i think, does not do justice to the reality at the time and in hindsight clearly was completely wrong. >> dana bash following developments on capitol hill. before susan rice went before these republicans, senators, they seemed to be backing away from criticizing her. now it looks like in speaking with them, this is
, but it was 30 years ago today that a 24-year-old michael jackson released a new album called "thriller." seven of the nine tracks went on to become top ten hits. won three grammys and three decades later, "thriller" is the best-selling album in the world still. >>> speaking of music legends, want to talk about an american legend in music as well. he calls it, you know, a career. glen campbell suffering from alzheimer's, sits down with cnn for an emotional interview as he gets ready for his final show tonight. here's miguel marquez. ♪ >> reporter: last year, the rhinestone cowboy made a stunning announcement. >> what did they diagnose me as? >> alzheimers. >> alzheimer's. what's alzheimer's? how do you -- >> you start losing your memory. and your ability to reason. ♪ some days i'm so confused ♪ ♪ my past is in my way ♪ > >> reporter: this isn't glen campbell's first major challenge. he successfully battled drug and alcohol addiction. >> i was forgiven for being a dummy, literally. >> reporter: but now after five decades as a music icon, the 76-year-old entertainer is taking his final
with imax cameras in part. next part of hunger games shot with imax cameras. peter jackson's next installment of "the hobbit" and lots of other movies. >> stock's doing great. lots o f things coming up, would be fiscal cliff and potential drain on consumer confidence, consumer psychology. then the notion that streaming at hasier and easier. netflix of the world they battle it out and somehow the consumer has more incentives to stay home. >> in terms of the last issue, the one about streaming, i actually think that imax helps inventicize a movie. there's better technology in the home. but part of what's driving our growth on a worldwide basis and our network has quadrupled in the last four years around the world is exactly what you talk about. there's better home experiences. when people leave the home they want something really special. it's hard to get an imax experience in your house. >> does the cliff weigh on you? >> i think from a stock market point of view that causes me to pause. i don't really know it's going to affect consumers that much. the movie industry tends to do we
traditional conservative populism of a jackson or a reagan. certainly, when a country manages to deal with such deadlocks or to change the direction, it comes only through presidential leadership. it doesn't come through any other means. so, you've got a lot of red here, and that may be a good harbinger for your party but it does not say anything about how the country is going to move forward in terms of what you promote. so, given all of that -- if you buy any of it -- to what extent do you see any way in the world that the next four years will be anything other than a continuation of the last four, -- struggling, muddling through, kicking the can down the road and not really dealing with the fundamental problems of america? >> 3 very good questions. i would say that obama's first term has two parts -- before and after the 2010 election, just as the clinton administration was also two parts. they never talk about -- the talk about the last six years, when republicans were present, -- were present, with welfare reform, but they never talk about the first two years when democrats ran e
a european style social democracy or more towards the traditional conservative populism of jackson or his ronald reagan, and third. when they manage to deal with the deadlocks to change the direction or brick at such a deadlock as this it comes into the presidential leadership. it doesn't come into any other means. that need to be a good harbinger for your policy and how they are bred to move forward on terms of what to promote. so, given all of that if you buy into any of it, it is to what extent do you see any way in the world that the next four years are going to be anything other than a continuation of the last four struggling through, kicking the can down the road not dealing with the fundamental problems of america? >> three very good questions. i would say that obama's first term has two parts before and after the 2010 election just as the clinton administration was also two parts. as a talk about the last years and clinton when the republicans took the house and forced them to keep welfare reform and cut the capitol gains tax. they never talk about the first two years where the jo
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